In a close vote, New Hampshire kills a bill to ban smoking in restaurants and bars. They’ll be living free and dying at the old tavern tonight–and if you don’t like it, head on over to one of any number of establishments that have voluntarily gone smoke-free instead of coddling your inner Nazi. Coercion isn’t charity, my friends. It isn’t even nice.
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